Sonlight Level D (Week 28)

BIBLE:

Memory Verse:

I printed the tracer for I Samuel 17:47.

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On Monday, the boys traced their verses.

On Wednesday, I cut apart their tracers and the boys cut and pasted them in their Bible notebook.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

Lewis & Clark:

I created a Discovering Wildlife – Flora lapbook insert for the boys to work on.

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The boys worked on their lapbooks all week during our read-aloud time.

Foraging for Tea:

Jordan felt inspired to brew his own tea. He forged for various herbs and berries in our backyard.

He washed them and set some aside to dry out.

He crushed the dried out herbs and placed them in a silicone tea bag. we added boiled water and let it seep.

He sipped his herb tea while sketching a FIAR cover art project.

LANGUAGE ARTS:

5th Grade:

Grammar Ace:

This week Jordan was reviewing Analogies.

We reviewed Similes and Metaphors in his Grammar Ace notebook.

3rd Grade:

Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Wonderful Weather Grammar Grab Bag (GGB) for this week’s language arts activities.

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Spelling:

First, we took some time to review our spelling rule and build some words using our letter tiles and spelling mat (in GGB).

Afterwards, Parker practiced writing each spelling word, identifying the prefix and/or suffix and creating a new word from the base word.

Pronouns & Antecedents:

Parker and I reviewed pronouns and their antecedents.

Afterwards, Parker color coded his worksheet (in GGB).

SCIENCE:

TOPs – Corn & Beans:

Pole Planter:

Parker filled the jar with vermiculite, poked holes, and planted his best corn and bean sprout.

Seed Tray:

Parker and I transformed his milk-carton greenhouse into a seed tray.

Measuring Mass:

Parker measured the mass of his four dry corn and beans. He placed them in water, to soak overnight, and closed his deli tray.

After soaking overnight, Parker measured his corn and beans using his scale.

Transplanting Seedlings:

I transplanted the corn into our garden bed. Hopefully, some of the sprouts, like the radishes will make it.

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